December 7, 2023

greenhouse gas emissions

NY Drills Down on Statutory Meaning of ‘Zero Emissions’

The New York Department of Public Service once again is seeking input on what exactly “zero emissions” means.

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Apple Supports Proposed Calif. Emissions Reporting Bill
Apple put its considerable heft behind a California bill that would increase the emissions reporting requirements for more than 5,000 large companies that do business in the state.
Emissions Bill Stalls in New Mexico Senate
A net zero bill unveiled by New Mexico lawmakers has already stumbled, failing to advance out of a Senate committee.
Rhode Island Updates 2016 Greenhouse Gas Plan
A draft update of Rhode Island's climate protection plan indicates it is below the trajectory needed to meet its GHG targets but lays out steps to achieve them.
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NARUC Weighs SCOTUS Decision’s Impact on Coal
A NARUC session on carbon emissions from power plants weighed the potential effects of the Supreme Court's decision in West Virginia v. EPA.
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Maine Community Program Preps New Round of Emissions, Resilience Grants
Maine’s Community Resilience Partnership will open a new grant round next month to help communities reduce emissions and build climate resilience.
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CARB Top Exec Corey to Retire
The California Air Resources Board is searching for a new chief executive following the announcement that current Executive Officer Richard Corey will retire.
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Maryland GHG Cuts Beat 2020 Goal, State Says
Maryland’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2020 were 32% below 2006 levels, according to the state Department of the Environment, besting its goal of a 25% cut.
Maryland Bills Could Boost Community Solar, Local Resilience, Clean Trucks
Community solar projects in Maryland could get bigger and get a break in property taxes thanks to two bills approved by the state’s General Assembly.
SEC Chair, Investors Defend Draft Climate Disclosure Rule
SEC Chair Gary Gensler and officials of large investment funds defended the SEC’s proposed climate rule, saying it will bring consistency and transparency.

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